De Blasio reportedly told NYPD not to arrest lawbreakers during Tues. night protests

De Blasio reportedly told NYPD not to arrest lawbreakers during Tues. night protests

Breitbart News learned from an NYPD source that officers made no arrests Tuesday night, despite bottles being hurled at police and protesters committing other violations of the law. That’s how Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton wanted it, the source explained.

“Last night was an abortion–air mail. The bosses are weak. [They] Let them sh*t all over us. Real cowardly,” said the NYPD source. “This is part of a bigger picture,” the law enforcement source stated. “This was extremely well thought out… I’m thinking that the planning of this goes back to the campaign.” …

The protest occurred after Mayor de Blasio asked that such activity cease until the funerals of NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu—who were killed Saturday in an execution-style shooting by a man similarly upset by the deaths of Eric Garner and Mike Brown—were over.

Anti-police protesters flooded 5th Avenue and marched into Harlem Tuesday night, blocking both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. “NYPD, KKK, how many kids did you kill today?” they shouted. Another NYPD source says that de Blasio and Bratton did not want NYPD making arrests for the traffic blockages or issuing citations for not having a permit for using amplified sound.  “Sickening. No balls,” the source commented.

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